I’m a Brighton-based fiction writer. My work has been featured in Brittle StarNeon Magazine and Mechanics Institute Review Online, and others.

In 2014 I was a winner of Escalator / Inspires, Writers’ Centre Norwich’s national writing competition. Following that, I spent two months as a writer in residence at Toji Cultural Foundation, South Korea. In 2017 I was shortlisted for the London Short Story Prize, and selected for Spread the Word’s PLATFORM artist development scheme. In 2018 I won the Desperate Literature prize for short fiction.

By day, I’m a project manager specialising in literature programmes and arts communications. In the past I’ve worked for British Council Literature and Writers’ Centre Norwich. I currently work as Digital Content Editor at Modern Poetry in Translation.


Winner, Desperate Literature prize for short fiction, 2018

Selected for Spread the Word’s PLATFORM artist development scheme, 2017

Shortlisted, London Short Story Prize, 2017

Writer in Residence, Toji Cultural Foundation, April-June 2015

Winner, Escalator/Inspires competition, Writers’ Centre Norwich/Ideas Tap, 2014